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VOL. XIV. HAHRISOH, ISTEZBIRAJSIKIA-, THUBSDAY, DECEMBBR 25. 1902. IS O. 26
Lmii Larson returned hotue,,Tuesday.
ltr.'Sarb Jordan returned home ;last
: Just received, a lot of Christmas goods
JimJCook wan m from Agile, the fir t
"of tb weak.
Oscar Story was in from trie north part
of the county, Monday.
Mm. Oar;War1 aodibildren visited
at Audrewe Urt k.
We wish all aur readers a merry
Xroas, and a happy New;Yer.
John Eber.echer becomes a reader of
the PHtcus-JuCKSAL with tins issue.
Suaaay school, at 10 o'clock; every
body invited. W. H. Davis; Supt.
J Joe Hoffaian was in town' rimnday
and made a pleasant call at ourlotj
The county commissioners will m
aa per adjournment oa J.M. 29-103 -v
You are invited to examine the Gee
"With, Waaher; Something " at J. H,
E. A. Higelow, who has ben visiting
iaTewuaml ArUi;n.n, riturned home
If ynuant a Chr.tm is R lit. G.rrlaeh
has a large assortment of cheap clothing
from the east.
J. V. rVfd's windmill Win do n dur
ing the storm. EJ Lyon went out to
reel it again, Moday. ,
W ere io a sad plight this week for
iws, for it is nothing but snow and tho
question, 4id you vrr see lite like?
AIT book iiccounfe must he settled by
sb er nol, by January Iv0:t -
J. 11. IWtell.
for Irs Inline at jinHiri. N IT. , where lie
will (.pend t'hristniiis w 1U1 Ins p areiits.
There will t Mass at Montrose,
Js, uml at Uarrnxiu I'-. 29,
411 merchandise to go at a cut price
nil I the first of the year,
This week is vacation week for the
Harrison whool. the scholars and
teachers will no doubt have an enjoyable
Nicholas Schaefer came in on the west
bound train Monday. He brought his
nister Maggie with bim to sjn-iid the
A larte crowd of sp.'clatnrs jjniiered
tthedeiM.ttowuU.il the rolarv flow I
wnrk it's wav throiiL'h the snow dm ts, !
Well children do you think Santa Clans
will rettwraler you this Christina
certainly will if you have beu kind uml
good durieg the past year.
Alexander Johnson wishes to soy that
no offense was intended in his school
report of district No. 2, which appeared
in ibis paper some time ago,
John Berres returned home last lion.
day, Mr. Serres went east some two-
weeks ago and has been enjoying Ilim
tielf visiting friends and relatives.
If vnu didn't tret a ring er some other
nice present for vour fst girl at J. H. J faauly domicile where longing and lov
Wiltiern tdorfeis you will alw ays be , ne WHrtK wil her coming. U i lu ist
eorry for he warrants all Ins goisls. I mas what aa KwnLef in..: of love and
. i lonillim for fi l!o i-hip III i dot. bring;
The annus I stipjr given by the ood
nien of the World will be given on Jan.
13 I'.Mlll. The nppr will be exclusively j
for Me members, and their families.
Arrcld 1 ep.ra k and Bud Johnon were
in f vm eat. Urtt.-reek Mondny un-'l loadeil
their bur-en with groceries etc.; reminds
us of eastern slyla of years gone by.
Ed Ih.llingswnrth came in ten Sun
l. iv evening t'ltd Monday ho tKik his
fvnily out to the ranch on Indian creek
whert they will stay until after the
' John Hr o vnsnd Mmi Wirnio were the
gue.tsofMr. mid Mrs. M. J. OVoi.tull
W, h.st week. Mild a the r.-atls I'M so
bid tl.V will li.ve t.irHinain li.delinili ly
but Mr. M. J nnd wile know how to
make it .i,aiii, so the time will soon
p.i:....y aawulias tlu nu.
There will be a Masquerade Ball at
Andrew's Hall on New Year'a eve.
Come Everybody. On .lookers 25 cents
extra. B. C. DCNN.
S Sain Knori is- the proud father, of a
son. We wondered why Sam held his
head so high when he was in town the
other day but this accounts for it all.
Never mind Sain. t.
Newman, our coal dealer, is
delivering coal in a baggy; the next
thing be will be putting it in paste-board
boxes for deliver. Who ever thought
the black diamonds would lie so precious?
If you want a ring for your
best girl, or anything eltw in
the jewelry line, call on J. II.
Wilherinsdorfer. All goods?
The PitEttt-JocRKAf. has printed a lim
ited number of maps on Manilla card
board winch can lie secured fur Hie e..i,;h
They will also be given us a premium to
."T. Mi Int y re, St". Paul, Minn., who
InC-"!) trouuled Willi .adnordere I st or.i
a:hf4Vs, "Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver'ablets d' m more good than any
thing havo ever taked. For sale by ail
Whi yo are thinking of subscribing
fr yojr ivrlv rrfilifi iu.it.t4r revi em
her tk4'- the fjHEH-JotluNAk will tako
,ubsi;rfli tons t: any piper oil earth mid
;va M-'.aa and timi for you.
','. V.E .T V. R.R..
All HeMy f!at?s.
To pointy wilhi-.i SO'J mf'.e. One fare
for Itomid Trip; ' Dales of sfijo Ueo. 2 4th
35th and Sl-t 190-e,-' and Jan. 1st. 190J.
Iletuio limit Jan. 2nd
K. F. Pontius; Agt.
lJt'hn t 'oiree tind Arthur Miller am in
f-sj.ewr.". uHe'v HV fayrnw j'
say thero.uUare in.pi-sihU h,r twiaiH.
John is going to the parental roof for
his Xmas, and that is light John, for if
there is uny place you urejwelcorn it is
Edwin Guthrie returned home from
Kearney, Nehr., last Monday to sjM-nd
vacation at home. Edwin says he had
quite a time getting through, and from
the Rreetmg of his old school mat.s here
we are inclined to think that.it was a
gratitic.Uion to Edwin to at least reach
his destination though a day or two be
hind w liedule time.
L. GerUcu was t he huppy receipient
of u line chart, showing the emblems of
the workings of Five Masonry, which Hi
quite ititer-stiog to every one that
. , I 0'u - ... L-.M.rj un.l
" ""h' - -
wonder LMf appreciates u muwi, ue
Iwiig a M. M
Lei savs he wouldn't
take twenty-live dollars for it, and we
wouldn't either if we had it.
St raved from John Han-on's ranch.
one red brockb' fiicei
on lft side, and threw yr. old. Slr.Lid
Home time in August. $" reward will
I ms paid for her where a-boiils.
-J Mis Annie M'llr who has l-een attend
inp llie i 'hadroti Acadeniy. chiiio in on
the west- bound Irici Mosilav. Muster
Arthur met tier here and will pilot the
ilirniiL'h the luu;e sno drifts to the
futit.r, mother, hi o' her, s sier imil frnu.tis ,
t, 0.g euotigh to timi nnd lb. ink
fr ti.j wonderful daj.llie bnlh of
There lira a.j'reit many ollif s that
re going to Is-coine mo ant linless the
partus elected tile their ex'lise state
ments before the commissioner meet.
The county cbok has tent out such
(.tatemenl in blank form, mid it is the
duly tit evcrv one that is elected to ullu e
to lilu this sworn Ktatvnient wuli
cletK IwloHi the clerk can Issue a
t.illcala of election or even nnd out a
bund. If vou rail to get the ofllce you
wera elected for don't blame any otic but
,om.elf, Icr this is the law, and your
,. ,t spending anything for I ho el.vtmn
ta any i II ce dots not exempt ou Don
w,-aring this ataleimiii lloie some one
having authority to administrate an
The Editor of this moral educator and
his better half left Monday night for
Aurora, this state, where they will spend
C hristmas with Lew Pfot and family.
The paja-r this week is turned over to
the printer and office devil, so if you lind
anything unusual in its columns this
week charge it up to us.
Christmas is one day in the year that
everyone should feel happy, and we
know of no better way to lie lia.ipy than
to make others happy by giving some
little token, of remembrance. It is more
blessed to give than to receive; so let
every one give, lt the present be ever so
small it Will remind sums on lptt they
are not forgotten and you willj.be llij
happier. ' , V ,
Aa LIVESl TABLETS,
Try them " , -
When you feel dull afteratinp i ;
When you have ho appetite. V j
When you have a bad tasfe iri l'i mouth
When your hvi-r is torpid
Wheo your bowela ara cont.tif4 d.
vvnen you nave a iieaa.icue.
When you feel bilioas.
They will improve your ppetit,rclenie
and invigarate your stomach a regu
laie Jour hver and bonels.
The worst snow .'.'hckvj jt cA bad
for a mini iter of yirs Mtr'tick'Qftj-ott Kri-
t day nioiniog a-idynuaul untlSaur-
day nilit. Tif-'. hiIow ph'v Joart.iMl
from' hadroo in.iturdav nio.-uiiixliud got
Saturday nio.'uin.pu(l g
us far as the b)y cut east, of tsvi and
th'-re it stayt'id'utitd (lie rotary iAme to
its relief on Sfnidy, and thn (
to clear lh trtCK ivS
and night coi-.iiii; on liiey drop; 3
to Harrison uut.il Monday moron,
it started on it 'rip of dining tlif
trick farther west. We did not jliv any
m, ul from tie eiu.t from Friday ioon un
til Monday, hut as th trai-l.-'fis now
clr ve w ill oin-B iiior comrf 'i touch
with the oubr world. The v -itsr was
warm during tlin st.orm. that I" "fcidvr
ing ihi time of veur, and if ,Jy stock
iiianus:ed to kii Iroin uodttr '.f-rf -drift
thoy will pull through alt W
Add hi IJaYtS. I
. Mr. and Mrs. A P. Rosei s1,'i , r,r a'Tom
rait. t.y (.''?. A. Irom
Heuiint;lord left last, Tbiirxdav to attend
the funeral of Miss 11 t'.tie Ring lust
Friday. Rnv. (J.tmess ooducting the fu
neral i-ervicfs. The Tiiorn exten Is sym
pathies to the Iwreaved family.
Annie Jelfers the teacher at this'plaoe
left Friday evening for her honir in t had
ron where she will spenil Xmjs vacation.
The voting folks at the section Iiouko
(petit a ptfasant eve. at the home of
Hilda Rosenborg last Thursday evening.
They report having an enjoyable time.
Quite a Ktrong blizzard visited this
vicinity last Friday and Haturday.
There was to have been a dance in
Adeha last Friday but owing tu the snow
storm t hey t put ito!T.
THE KNEELING DEER.
A traveler through Canadian woods
Was hurrying benighted:
'Twits nearly midnight; and the moon
His lonely pathway lighted;
When suddenly a shadow passed
Alonjj the footpath gliding:
He paused, and 'neith a low-hung bough
Beheld an Iud an hiding.
"Hush!" and he held his finger up.
While through the umbrage stealing
" 'Ti-. Christmas E-!M watch tonight
To fee the wild deer kneeling, '
Tne air was still, et overhead
The ptovs Wfrr sottlv Mi.ginj.",
While glowed the moxn upon Ihe snow
Their silent shadows flinging,
Ah! we mav say t hn legend old
Was but an itlle nation :
A Coi nit.li eaantV fancy eild
Transplanted o't-r Hie ocean.
yt ()H (),.,.( bright ( hrist mas eve,
Around the lonely manger,
'Die soft evetl brutes with angels gazed
Upon the heavenly si ranger,
And he who cans' to show nanlioi 1
Tie true whv nd the narrow,
With bis great love and teinlernfrsH
Cnual note the falling i-p.irrow.
We rantiot, tno'v how fcr arddeep
Their my Ht ii; instinct resichelh,
Nor what mute sotise of Rn.ht and Iove
These poor dumb childiuti teai'ln th.
But Iive ihut could r deem and savo,
For evil gooil returning,
Could hold nil creatures to its heart,
The humblest never spin rung.
Honor tho voice tful dares to speak,
Tin' ru'l j-st unheeding,
i'l.r ihosi who cannot sp uk the'imelves
A word of friendly pleading.
Our Dumb AiiMMaU,
A. J. Snell wanted to attend a party,
but was afraid to do so on account of
pains in his stomach, w hich he feared
would grow worse. He savs, "1 was
telling niv troubles to a lady friend, who
said: ( 'liamlierlain's Colic, t'holera and
Dihrrhoea Remedy will put you in con
dition for the party.' I bought a bottle
and tak pleasure in stating that - -two-doses
cured me and enabled me to have a
good time at the party." Mr. Snell is a
resident of Hummer Hill, N. Y. This
remedy is for sale by all Ilruggists.
Breozss from Glen.
CHRISTMAS TKKE ANI) PROGRAM
AT THK (ILtN tHL'K' Mi EVE 1 l'X-. 24
All are invited to attend,
Song "Happy Greeting", By t he ( 'hildn-n
Rec. "Welcome", Edward Peterson
" "t'hrislmas Greeting"
Rec "Liltle Snow Stars
Sleighing Song lly the Childien
Rec "t'hildrcns' Servic
R e. '
.."IheNew J5orn Babe
'Riibv's Plavthitifs" Edna Peterson
'Tlie Christmas Tree", Roy Weber
"Sing a Hung of Christmas'
"In the ArmrCof Niy lit'
t )l.ira Mori enson
Rec. "A Little Army", Richard Andersoi.
Soi) 'iAiiiv Hots and Girls' liv' ClillUivn
Wand Drill, By Roy Wrher, 'lara Mr
ei,s:m, Ri' li,i;.l And' isoii, M.n lh.i Pt-I.e'
I son, and ' 'liristtriia Jensen.
j Song "Bogie Man"
j Solo "( -hrist mas Lulaby
Lilian E. H.i rtis
' D'lilofUO -
Sonus ' lieanlilul I' lag , ".Varclung
i "I hro' Georgia, By i.'.lnldroi,
Violin Music Carl P.ncljr-
Duet,. .May Wtdwr and Elizabetn Harris
Rf citation Maggie Wright
" Iiona Fry
" Rena L.il;ins
.May Weber, L'.lian Harris, and
R.-citation... E-Tima Wright
. Lilian Fry
" Rossis Wright
' "How fie dop It" Emma Wright
"JJf:iri-r my God to Then", song in deaf
and dumb language Elizabeth Harris
Recitation Dora Wright
" Alda Putltly
DNtribuliou of presents, and a treat
The above is not II of the program.
j but enough is given to show that we will
have a good time on this Christinas eve.
Ther was no programme given Dec.
19th. owing to the weather. It being
ih'pos-iihle for any one to attend. Wo
will give the same programme the even
ing of Dec. 29th. We still hope the peo
ple will make preparations to come for a
good time is awaiting them.
Come one, come all
i 'ome treat and small
Ami attend Andrew's "creliall"
You'll be hospitably treated
And ho one cheated
And find it cannot Iw lieated.
The programme will lie line
So don't f.iil to l on time
To hear our merry voices chime,
Mrs, Paul Zerb-t from War li. nni t
arrive i at our hnrg Thursday evening,
Deo. lHthand was met by her old friend
Lilian Harris who took br to her hoard
ing place, Mrs. S. K. Jiin'es, where she
was hie-pitahly entertained un'il Satur
day. She came to take in Andrw's
mo-ramme. She left for ' home.
i Mi--s Hjrris acennmnnin-'
j Our school just, closed four months
I work and wis well app'oveJ by Supt.
j Burke, now we have two weeks vacation
' hoping scholars will have recreation 10
I start in to beat the nation.
) Lilian Harris went, to War Bonnet, to
viit. with Mrs. Paul Zerbst. She will
stay to help in the hnstmas programme
H ins Jensen waH in Andrees last
Mrs, O, Ward and her three childreu
came to Andrews last Thursday evening
to attend the programme tho evening
following.' They visited Mia. christen
sen wbilo here.
Mr, George Haldwin was also a visitor
at Mrs. Jones lust week. lie caino to
visit, and enjoy t ne programme but "
I disap pointed us u pnow storm prevented
I the v ople (ri,m ucticj; or atli nding
Well Uncle Josh, where are
I am going to J. H. Wilhermsdorfers
:) get my girl a (Christmas ring. He
warrants all his goods.
By virtue, of an order of salo Issued by
the clerk of lint liistrict Court or Sioux
conutv, etjiuMka, and to me directed upo
w decree ret, dured by sai'l court, in fuvor of
Willis It. I'lillea us pi. linl-.T and Hgainst M.
K. lirtz.o-r formerly .M, K. (iJimc-y wlioao
trim cl-.rixtiaii r.iinie is unknown. M. M.
I'.etiii-r her husband wIionh true christiun
Haute Ik unknown, Nela-asKU Morfagi, In -vesl
uient coiupauy, (,'haries II. Collins )t
ceirer ef .briisii.i investment company;
I hat I will on the I'.MIi d.iy of January A.I).
l'jc:t at one o'clock in the, after noon of said
(lay, at the e.;pt front door of theijt.'ourt
House ol saitl comity in the, village of llarri--,o
in t,iiil ciunty, stdl ai public unction to
itae luhc.-t bidder for oiinh in hand, the
tollowing descrilKd real-estate in said Moux
county, Nebraska, to-wit: The east half (), )
of tne xout tin-cat quarter ( ) and tho eouth
let, (X) of lo Miuth-unsl tpiarli.-r (It) of
.ect itm twenty two in 'loviiMhii thirty
two i'.tij not th of Uauge lifly.fonr (54) we.t
oi t he sii in pi inclpal Meridian ; Tu satisfy
-aid order ol sale la the sum of sixty seveu
d ,,itir.-, and twnnty seven cents i'i7.-;7) and
cts Mitd ucii uin costs.
j- ir .t jiii liiicat ion, lecember lsUi!l!K4
War Bonnet Topics.
"Snow" is 'he 'rder of the day owing
to the snow there "!s not much news to
a rs. Knori presented Sam with a
bouncieg boy for a Christinas present.
It is rather early but such a present, is
welcome early or late 1 guess.
tMrs. Paul Zorbst went to Andrews to
attend Miss Harris's entertainment last
Thursday returning SunJay. Miss Harris
accompanied her home to spend the hoi i -
lays with friends and her old pupils.
BobKocI went up thec.ioton to investi
i:nlc the road and when he reached the
ilivida he turned and came back and
reported the roads to be a (right.
J I want to inform the public that Boh
Jordan has the grittiest hub woman in
Sioux County, She started from the
Erdman ranch t 0 o'clock on Sunday
morning alter that bbzzard, not think
ing the road so very bad, started for
Harrison: sh met, with many frightful
advent ores sometimes her horse would
s.nk Out of flight in a snow drift, and
hardly lie able to get out and she wonld
have to get olf aad walk, but at last she
reached Mr. Scot's' who live on the Bieh
i place, at 4 o'clock; Sue was so near
g.v out. and her pony was too, she re
mained there all night an I went on nsxt
morning. We haven't heard at this writ
ing how she got through the remainder
f her journey but hope she got there all
s.rte. I say ''three cheers for Ore-sa.
Our school is progressing nicely under
i hu management, of Miss Lilhe iJarman,
Toero.are 2.1 scholars enrolled but owing
to had wvaiher not so very many have
been in attendance for a wetk past.
Will and Jor G-iminT;ired the blizzard
home from school Friday a distance of tfj
miles. They arrived all safe but pretty
j Tom Plunkott had the pleasure of tak-i-g
M.ss Harris to town Tursdar. It 'H
bickv for Tomniv that Hob Coffman is
fa r a
ll Mr. tirimm 01 tun a rancn was out,
i Mr. Grimm of the .fi
looking after J l n Arx'ersois cattle
Sunday ; he found 23 head snowed tinder
hut. oot hurl. He soon succeeded in get
ting them out.
Jt lui Ardcrn ii has Frank Scott and
the rest cs his mules working at the S-E
1 guc-.s I won't tire your readers the
Hist thing so wishing you all a merry
" 'In istmas" ami a- happy "New Tear"
1 will chiiim again.
W. R. SMITH
Buys, Hides, Tallow, Pelts, and Furs,
and will pay highest market price.
Leave at Marsteller Bros, or at my
residence east of school-house.
J. E. PHINNEY, M. I)
Phyiscinn and Sarfeaa.
All calls giron prompt atioiitle
Orlice in Drug Store.
-HABHISON - NERRASIA.
H. J. 0 Tonaell, - - C'a. Att raoy,
Will Practice in All Coartn.
Special Atfentioa Givea to Land 0!
Foiled !ou and all basiaru euuusi..
ed tome will recel to prompt aUeuo.
Harrison - Nkbhaiia.
Prompt attention given to !l iegfu
matters iu Justice, County and l.v irict
Courts, and before the United Sis;
Fire Insurance written in tmsf
Eflf "Legal papers orefully drs-vn.
IIakriso. - VOfftAA.
I North-Westei n
F. E, M. V. It. R. i, tna tt-V
to and from the
DEAD WOOD AMD HOT SP!',,',
F. E. & M. V. R. R, Time Table.
New Schedule of Trait:?,.
Taking effect Sunday Nor. 23.
West Bound. East li"i,
Morning. Evening. .
No. 59, Frt..,. 9:0.1
No. 0, Psgr. 10:55
No, 60, 1'rt. ...S
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No. 4. Pg ti i v
o:a.), d parts v ;
Boih trains carry, passengers. v
tbe TO I ;!
Lteiita. Faster and Wntbltl "
Iflneteenth infantry wbfle i '
the Ulaad of Bohol aome ffh
tillered a botiso whtirfl th ..' 1
rebele were aldintj and ae i.,-, u
got Inside the floor, havto -1
Into a trap by the Itibuiv '
way and tbe officers wmre
Into an opening that bvi,w..-
harpened bamboo ntakoa.
entered the thigh of Lioi-t. " -and
waa broken off In W:i
roncue hlraaelf. In tfce t
operation a plnco of bru.nh' O
Inchefl long wan takn froci it
Lieut Feoter's trousers i
one of tha larger stake r e
with & pRlnful wound In :Vi' 1
nativa rulde who areata twi.;i
picTcrrt throtiftli find tlrrnif.t. ,
rtsrpened ft'kv', was Aa-1 r'-
could be rescued.
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